The highest mean of TSUBS during the plantlet
production cycle was recorded in the module covered with anti-UV LDPE + white (32.97 [degrees]C) during all the experimental period.
During in vitro thermotherapy treatment, decrease in the survival of plantlet
with the increase in the duration of thermotherapy was also variable depending upon potato cultivar and type of virus infection.
The size and number of propagules is rather variable, but they are usually small and formed in large number, that is, up to thirty per plant with an average weight of 60 g per plantlet
(PY et al., 1984).
Different types of regeneration media with varying concentrations of sucrose, BAP, and NAA were used to optimize media for plantlet
Studies that seek to improve the environmental conditions for the in vitro culture of native species help in understanding the optimal environmental factors to obtain plantlets
with better performance during the acclimatization process.
et al., induction of the pollen plantlets
of Triticale and Capsicum annuum from anther culture.
Callus induction and plantlet
regeneration from pitaya.
The complete healthy plantlets
were successfully transferred to pots after 3-weeks of acclimatization under high humidity.
Micropropagation techniques have facilitated the rapid multiplication of newly developed varieties and assured the production of high quality and disease-free plantlets
(Snyman, Meyer, Koch, Banasiak, & Watt, 2011).
regeneration was concerned, all treatments containing a combination of 1 [mg.sup.-]L BAP and [GA.sub.3] (at 5 [mg.sup.-]L, 10 [mg.sup.-]L, or 20 [mg.sup.-]L) stimulated the production of the highest number of plantlets
compared to any other hormone or hormonal combination.
In the analysis performed with the leaves of the in vitro plantlets
, the proline contents oscillated specifically for each growth regulator (NAA or [GA.sub.3]) in response to sucrose concentrations (Table 1).
intermedia and in some cases death of individual plantlets
caused by Helionothrips errans (Williams) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) (Figs.